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Social Security Gets $100 Million To Cut Backlog of Disability Claims

If a person was to dig through the recent spending bill that kept the U.S. Government operating you would find $100 million for the Social Security Administration (SSA), that is meant to clear a multi-year backlog of people waiting to hear if they can get disability benefits. The Social Security Disability Insurance program is designed to provide a safety net if you will, for American’s that are unable to...

Filing Taxes When Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits

Filing Taxes When Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits That time of the year is almost upon us, tax season. Each and every year every citizen of the United States have to file taxes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). For those US citizens that work for an employer, tax season is a rather simple and straightforward. Your employer pays you a wage for your work and he/she deducts taxes from your check...

Social Security Administration Revised Disability Rules

Social Security Administration Revises Its Medical Evidence Rules Earlier this year the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced the revision of its final rules regarding disability claims. These changes in policy took effect March 27, 2017 and the SSA had this to say about the changes made: We are revising our medical evidence rules. The revisions include redefining several key terms related to evidence,...

How Can I File a Lawsuit Against Social Security?

How Can I File A Lawsuit Against Social Security? Social Security Corner Q & A: We received the following question via our website, www.socialsecuritycorner.com from Wendy of Bakersfield Ca.: “Hi. my name is Wendy and back in 2013 I applied for social security disability. At that time I was under the care of an orthopedic doctor that filled out a “Residual Function Capacity” form for me, and...

Do You Meet The Social Security Administration’s Definition of Being Disabled?

Do You Meet The Social Security Administration’s Definition of Being Disabled? A disability can affect a person in many different ways. Quality of life, the ability to earn a living, families well being and financial security just to name a few. If you are indeed disabled and you are unable to work then you may be eligible for benefits through the Social Security Administration. Although you believe that you...

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